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Clincial Setup for Postural Management

Clinical Setup for Postural Management

The clinical setup of the product should be completed by a technically and clinically competent person who has been trained in the use of the product. Leckey recommend a written record is maintained of all clinical setups for this product.
 
Adjusting the Hip Height
To adjust the hip height, loosen the knobs on either side of the stander (a), move the hip pad to the required height and retighten theknobs securely.
 
 
Adjusting the Chest & Shoulder Support Height
To adjust the chest height and the shoulder support relative to the hip pad, loosen the knob located at the back of the chest support (a), adjust to the required height and retighten securely.
 
 
Adjusting the knee supports
The height, depth and lateral position of the knee supports can be positioned independently. To alter the height of the knee supports, loosen the knob located at the back of the knee post (a), adjust until the required height has been achieved and retighten. To alter the individual depth of the knees, loosen the knob at the side of the knee post (b), adjust to the required depth and retighten securely. To alter the lateral position of the knees, loosen the knob at the back of the knee pad (c), adjust to the required position and retighten securely.
 
 
 
 
Adjustment to accommodate the contracture angle
If possible, adjustment of the swinging footplate on the Mygo stander should be performed when the client is out of the stander. However there may be circumstances where it is necessary or preferable to adjust the angle of the swinging footplate with the client in the stander. This process requires two competent persons; one to make the adjustments and one to assess the comfort of the client during the adjustment, and is best performed with the stander in a horizontal position.
 
In upright or prone standing:
Assess the client’s range of movement, muscle tone, etc, on a plinth and determine the optimum standing posture before positioning the client in the stander. Position the client in the Mygo stander. While carefully supporting the head and shoulders, move the client into a horizontal position. Open the knee straps (10.4) and sandal straps (10.3).  Loosen the Allen (a) bolt on both sides of the swinging footplate ensuring the weight of  the user’s knees are supported by a carer, adjust the angle of the swinging footplate as necessary, always taking care to assess the client’s comfort, and retighten the bolts securely. Then secure the knee straps and sandal straps. Return the client to prone standing position.
 
In supine standing:
Assess the client’s range of movement, muscles tone, etc, on a plinth and determine the optimum standing posture before positioning the client in the stander. Position the client in the Mygo stander and move it into a horizontal position. Open the knee straps (10.4) and sandal straps (10.4). Loosen the Allen bolt (a) on both sides of the swinging footplate ensuring the weight of the user’s knees are supported by a carer, adjust the angle of the swinging footplate as necessary, always taking care to assess the client’s comfort, and retighten the bolts securely. Then secure the knee straps and sandal straps. Return the stander to
preferred supine standing angle.
 
 
 
 
Positioning the sandals
Each sandal is attached to the individual footplate with a single fixing bolt. The footplate is encapsulated in rubber to ensure the sandals do not slide when secured. If you wish to rotate or move either sandal, simply loosen the knob (a), place in the required position and then retighten the knob securely.
 
 
Secondary Footplate Angle
To set the angle to accommodate plantar-flexion or dorsi-flexion, simply loosen the Allen bolt located by the knee post to the inside of the footplate (a), place in the required position and then retighten the bolt securely. 10° of flexion is accommodated in each direction.
 
 
Adjusting the Hip Laterals
To set the width of the hip laterals, loosen the Allen bolts at the back of the hip pad (a), adjust to desired width and retighten.
 
 
Adjusting the standard, complex and flipaway chest lateral supports
To adjust the height and angle of the lateral supports, loosen the Allen bolt (a), adjust to the required width, height and angle and retighten securely.
 
 
Complex laterals
The complex laterals can also be angled to allow the pad to contour to the user’s shape. To adjust loosen the screw (b) at the centre of the pad, angle the pad to the required position and retighten the screw. The laterals can be flipped away to aid transfer, by pulling the pin (c) at the back and rotating the support out of the way.
 
 
 
Shoulder Support
To adjust the angle of the shoulder support laterals, loosen the Allen bolt screw (a), move laterals to required angle and retighten.
 
 
Headrest
To adjust the height, depth and angle of the headrest, loosen the hand knobs(a) and when set to the desired position retighten the knobs.  Do not remove the headrest while the user is in the stander.
 
 
Attaching and adjusting the posterior support
To attach and adjust the posterior support, loosen receiver Allen bolt (a) slide the outside bars into the receivers (b) to the required depth and tighten (a).  To adjust the pommel height, loosen the Allen bolt (c) at the back of the pommel, adjust it to the required height and retighten.
 
 
 
To adjust the angle and width of the lateral supports, loosen the Allen bolt on the lateral bracket (d), adjust to the required angle and width and retighten the Allen bolt securely.  Repeat this on the other side.  If you wish to adjust the relative height of the lateral there are several locations at which to attach the lateral and angle mechanism (e).  To adjust simply remove mechanism and reattach at desired height.
 
 
 
Increase Tray Adjustment
To increase the depth adjustment of the tray, reposition the tray bars further back. To do this, unscrew the Allen bolts holding the tray bars on (a), move the bars to the holes further back (b) replace the bolts and retighten all bolts securely.
 
 
Attaching and Adjusting the Tray Grab Rails
To attach the grab rails firstly remove tray bars. To do this, unscrew the Allen bolts holding the tray bars on (a) (note positioning holes used). Place down spacer plate (b), then slotted plate (c). Secure, with tray bar in original holes, using supplied longer screws (d). Repeat this on the other side.

 
 
 
Attach the grab rail receiving brackets (e) as shown. Place the grab rail into the receiving brackets. Adjust to the required height and tighten (f) on both sides.
 
 
 
Tray Insert Changes
To swap out different inserts for tray, firstly, turn the tray upside down, then remove Allen bolts holding in the current insert (a) and tray protection pad (if there is one). Remove old insert (b) and replace with new one and secure to tray and add tray protection pad using same Allen bolts.